2006 New Hampshire Statutes - Section 137-H:7 Revocation.
I. A person who has validly executed a living will consistent with the provisions of RSA 137-H:3 and RSA 137-H:4 may revoke such document in the following manner:
(a) By burning, tearing or obliterating the same or causing the same to be done by some other person at his direction and in his presence;
(b) By oral revocation in the presence of 2 or more witnesses, none of whom shall be the person's spouse or heir at law; or
(c) By written revocation, to be signed and dated in the presence of 2 or more witnesses, none of whom shall be the person's spouse or heir at law, expressing the intent to revoke.
II. Revocation shall become effective upon communication to the attending physician who shall record in the patient's medical record the time and date when he received notification.
Source. 1985, 157:1. 1991, 239:11, eff. June 10, 1991.
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